CEO, Pattern Energy
Environmental benefits of our generation compared to coal-fired generation
In working toward our mission to transition the world to renewable energy, Pattern Energy has adopted four commitment statements fundamental to our business. These commitments guide us to sustainably develop, construct, and operate renewable energy facilities in a safe, environmentally responsible manner and with respect for the communities that host them. We also strive to provide a workplace and culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive, where all employees belong.
There is nothing more important than having our people return home safely at the end of each workday. We believe in having an injury-free workplace, and we aspire to create an environment where this is possible.
We believe climate change is the world’s biggest environmental challenge, and producing energy from clean, renewable sources is essential to reducing the global carbon footprint. We consider it our responsibility to produce and transport renewable energy to consumers in a way that respects the integrity of our environment.
We believe acting as a good neighbor benefits both the areas where we operate and our company’s long-term success. We are committed to listening to and respecting the communities that host our projects and being involved in engagement and giving activities for the long-term.
We believe having diversity in our teams and our leadership, while providing an environment where employees from underrepresented groups are encouraged and empowered, leads to a more engaged workforce and better business outcomes. We recognize diversity, equity, and inclusion are multifaceted and changing behaviors and systems takes work and time.
Pattern Energy Operations LP has designed a Green Financing Framework under which we can issue Green Bonds or Green Loans to finance or refinance renewable energy projects, helping us further our mission to transition the world to renewable energy.
The framework is aligned with the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) Green Bond Principles 2018 and the Loan Syndications & Trading Association (LSTA) Green Loan Principles 2020, which promote integrity in the Green Financing markets through voluntary guidelines that recommend transparency, disclosure, and reporting.
Facility Manager, Gulf Wind, Pattern Energy
Senior Director, Energy Management, Pattern Energy